Home Report Stirling
When seeking a home report for your property, an experienced Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) regulated surveyor, a deep knowledge of the local area and a nearby office are essential criteria. And if your home is in Stirling Shepherd Chartered Surveyors ticks all three boxes. Home reports are required by law and a properly thorough and rigorous report can be invaluable when it comes to selling and indeed buying a property, ensuring that everything from the condition to the valuation has been accurately accounted for. They offer peace of mind for buyer and seller alike.
Shepherd Chartered Surveyors are represented on all major lenders panels, and our knowledge of Stirling and the surrounding Stirlingshire area is unparalleled. With decades of experience surveying areas around Scotland, we can guarantee a thorough knowledge of the residential market in your locale. Contact us today for a free quote from an experienced Chartered Surveyor ahead of any commitment.
Buying in Stirling
The city of Stirling, once the capital of Scotland, is visually dominated by the striking Stirling Castle, one of the historical principal royal strongholds of the Kingdom of Scotland. Stirling enjoys a unique strategic position on the border between the Lowlands and Highlands of Scotland. Indeed, about half of the country’s population live within an hour’s travel time of Stirling. The starkness of this contrast between Lowland and Highland is evidenced by the many hills and mountains of the lower Highlands such as Ben Vorlich and Ben Ledi which can be seen to the northwest of the city. On the other hand, the Carse of Stirling, stretching to the west and east of the city, is one of the flattest and most agriculturally productive expanses of land in the whole of Scotland.
It’s no surprise then that to this day agriculture still plays a part in the economic life of Stirling, but to a much lesser extent than times past. Today, financial services and tourism are the biggest employers within the city. The financial services and insurance company Prudential have a large and well-established base at Craigforth on the outskirts and, in terms of tourism, the presence of such historical monuments as Stirling Castle, the National Wallace Monument and other nearby attractions like Blair Drummond Safari Park, the key role which Stirling has played in Scottish history, as well as the scenery of the area, has bolstered Stirling’s position as one of the most important tourist destinations in Scotland.
The University of Stirling and Stirling Council are two of the biggest employers in the area. Knowledge related industries, research and development as well as life sciences have clustered around the university in the Stirling University Innovation Park, close to its main campus. Other public sector agencies that are major employers in the city include Police Scotland, Scottish Prison Service, NHS Forth Valley and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
The City of Stirling is home to a large number of commuters but has fewer people commuting to work in other areas, than travel into the city. Transport links are good, with many bus and coach links as well as Stirling Railway station with services to Inverness, Aberdeen and London’s King’s Cross, plus good motorway links to both Glasgow and Edinburgh, or further beyond the Central Belt.
As of January 2024, the average price for property in Stirling stood at £230,359. Though different property types in Stirling have had different average selling prices over the last 12 months: £342,447 for detached properties, £209,671 for semi-detached, £175,380 for terraced, and £158,609 for flats.
Why Use Shepherd Chartered Surveyors?
Shepherd Chartered Surveyors are the largest provider of home reports in Scotland, with origins dating back to the 18th century. Fully regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, we can offer in-depth knowledge of the Stirling property market that nobody else can.
If you’re looking for a home report in Stirling, you’ll find a Shepherds branch centrally located on Gladstone Place. We cover all properties located in Stirling and localities across the Stirling council area. This equates to post code areas FK7, FK8, FK9, FK10, FK11, FK12, FK13, FK14, FK15, FK16, FK17, FK18, FK19, FK20, FK21 and the areas of Aberfoyle, Alva, Ardchyle, Ardeonaig, Arnprior, Arrivain, Auchessan, Auchlyne, Auchmore, Auchreoch, Auchtertyre, Balquhidder, Bannockburn, Batavaime, Benmore Farm, Boreland, Bovain, Bridge of Allan, Brig O’ Turk, Buchlyvie, Callander, Camusurich, Causewayhead, Clifton, Cononish, Cowie, Crianlarich, Dollar, Doune, Dunblane, Duncroisk, Easter Buckieburn, Fallin, Finlarig, Gargunnock, Gartmore, Glendevon, Glenlochay, Glenogle, Inverdran, Inverherive, Inversnaid, Invertrossachs, Kenknock, Killin, Kilmahog, Kiltyrie, Kinlochard, Kinnell, Kippen, Laggan, Ledcharrie, Locharnhead, Luibb, Menstrie, Mid Lix, Milton Morenish, Morenish, Muckhart, Murlaganmore, North Third, Old Plean, Port of Menteith, South Alloa, Starthyre, Stronachlachar, Stirling, Throsk, Tillicoultry, Trossachs, Tullich, Tyndrum, and Whins of Milton.
We are available at our office to give you a quote at any time. Nobody can offer the same level of local market knowledge as Shepherd, our wealth of experience, proven industry expertise and vast network of offices stand testament to that.
Stirling Office Details
- Monday – Thursday: 8.45am to 5.30pm
- Friday: 8.45am to 5pm
Request a Home Report Quote Today
Please get in touch for any and all enquiries regarding Home Reports. Shepherds will be happy to provide a free quote, or even just answer any important questions you may have. To find other offices please visit our branch list. If you request a quote a member of our team will respond within 24 hours.
Or click to call: